mihomes - 3:36 pm on Jun 27, 2013 (gmt 0)
I used the /subs/ method to store all subdomain directories in as mentioned on the other post - it is applied correctly.
example.com - www.example.com - correct
example.com/test/test.htm - example.com/test/test.htm - wrong
example.com/subs/ - www.example.com/subs/ - correct
example.com/subs/blog/ - blog.example.com - correct
example.com/subs/blog/test.htm - example.com/subs/blog/test.htm - wrong
Everything that I above that is wrong works perfectly fine in FF. In IE10 I get the results above.
Is there a conflict with having the root domain password protected with IE? I have a password on this particular domain as I use it to test 'online' content and do not allow outside access. That is the only possible thing I can think of at the moment unless headers are being returned wrong for IE.